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  • This is a very interesting product, and would definitely be ideal in some situations. It has the ...
  • January 30, 2019
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This is a very interesting product, and would definitely be ideal in some situations. It has the look of a concrete planter, which is great for more urban areas, and yet it weighs about as much as a plastic planter of the same size. That makes it very easy to move. It appears to be made of an advanced foam material, and the outside of it is hardened to prevent damage. The interior is actually somewhat pliable, and could probably be damaged if you took a sharp tool to it. I have two concerns, however, from an aesthetic viewpoint. The first is that it the planter has a stucco look, and was far bumpier than I thought it would be. Even brushing against it accidentally might leave you with a bit of a scratch. I think it would be nicer if it were a smooth concrete-like material. Second of all, the color name is pretty inaccurate. It's just a dark grey, despite being called "urban bronze". I was so shocked by this that I had the manufacturer send out a second sample, and sure enough, it's the same grey. I'm actually really surprised no other reviewer has posted a photo of the product. The first thing that struck me was that it wasn't a bronze color, but I guess others aren't bothered by this. I'm posting a photo so everyone knows exactly what this planter looks like. One piece of good news is that the material is paintable with any outdoor house paint, so you can actually make it any color you'd like. Overall, I think this is an innovative product if the urban concrete look appeals to you, but it's quite expensive, and in the end isn't the most attractive planter I've seen. If you're interested in the planter due to its design, durability and lightweight, consider some of the other colors, which look more interesting to me.

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Termie

Portland, OR
35 to 44, Male
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  • Very impressive combination of large size, light weight, and very attractive appearance. This mul...
  • December 20, 2018

Very impressive combination of large size, light weight, and very attractive appearance. This multilayered "Polystone" material looks like stucco, but is VERY durable, weatherproof, UV stable, and salt spray resistant. The outside dimensions are 23" x 23" by 19" high with the inside dimensions being a generous 18" x 18" by 18" high supplying 100 quarts of space. This supplies 2 1/2" of insulation, rather like a cooler, all around to periphery to protect your plant roots from weather changes. In Florida we do get swings from very hot to near freezing. Rating of the planter is from minus(-) 30F. to +150F. without damage. Weighing in at only 22 lbs it is suitable for balconies or decks where weight is an issue. There is a convenient drain hole in the bottom as well as a 1" indentation around the periphery at the very bottom which gives the appearance of being slightly off the ground and is a nice decorative touch.

Pros Durable, Easy to Clean, Great Quality, Strong, Stylish, insulated for root protection, can be painted, very weather resistant, Light Weight, large size, outdoor use
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Barry

palmetto, florida
65 or over, Male
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  • This is a beautiful planter which is made of a material that looks like stone. It will be used t...
  • December 28, 2018
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This is a beautiful planter which is made of a material that looks like stone. It will be used to plant a dwarf Japanese maple tree which was purchased from Home Depot a few months ago. The tree should thrive in this planter as the manufacturer states that the pot's insulated core protects the plant roots from temperature fluctuations. Temperatures range from below zero to over a hundred degrees in the area of Pennsylvania where I live. I am especially impressed with the stylish design and color of the planter and also with the quality of the planter which is made in the USA of a material known as Poly-Stone. The planter was securely packed and arrived in perfect condition. The planter will be put in the backyard, in partial shade, where it is visible from my family room and kitchen. I am looking forward to watching the gorgeous dwarf Japanese maple tree grow in this stylish planter for many years.

Pros Durable, Good Shape, Great Quality, Strong, Stylish, Vibrant Color
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FUZZERELLI

Pennsylvania
65 or over, Male
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  • July 15, 2020

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  • February 07, 2019

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  • June 04, 2020

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  • This is a beautiful, bright white planter which is made of a material that looks like stone. It w...
  • December 28, 2018
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This is a beautiful, bright white planter which is made of a material that looks like stone. It will be used during the summer for growing cherry tomatoes, basil, parsley, thyme, and cilantro. The tomatoes and herbs should thrive in this planter as the manufacturer states that the pot's insulated core protects the plant roots from temperature fluctuations. Summers in Eastern Pennsylvania are hot and very humid with temperatures during the growing season in the the mid-80s and low-90s. Further, the pot has a large drainage hole which will keep the soil from becoming overwatered. I am especially impressed with the stylish design of the planter and also with the quality of the planter which is made in the USA of a material known as Poly-Stone. The planter was securely packed and arrived in perfect condition. The planter will be put on my back patio in full sun. I am looking forward to growing tomatoes and various herbs during the summer in this planter. I'm hoping that the planter is tall enough to prevent the squirrels, rabbits, and groundhogs, that live in the wooded area of my property, from jumping into the pot and eating the plants.

Pros Durable, Easy to Clean, Good Shape, Great Quality, Strong, Stylish, Vibrant Color
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FUZZERELLI

Pennsylvania
65 or over, Male
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  • My daughter and her family live with me as my caregiver. I have a very large lot and they have be...
  • December 27, 2018
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My daughter and her family live with me as my caregiver. I have a very large lot and they have been doing a lot of landscaping including a large vegetable garden, fruit trees and shade trees with flower beds. They have been looking at large pots to put some dwarf citrus trees in since where we live gets cold so the trees need to be moved into shelter in the winter. These pots are large but, surprisingly very light weight. They are made of something called poly-stone and not concrete or plastic. It says they are impervious to freeze/thaw cycles, salt spray, or over irrigation. So they shouldn't rot or crack in our Arizona sun. They can be repainted. We are making frames with caster to set them on so they will be easy to move. Very nice planters!

Pros Durable, Easy to Clean, Great Quality, Strong, Stylish
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lbowwow

AZ
65 or over, Male
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  • This generous size planter is incredibly lightweight at 22 lbs, well insulated to protect plant r...
  • December 20, 2018
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This generous size planter is incredibly lightweight at 22 lbs, well insulated to protect plant roots from weather swings, and very suitable for almost any outside environment. The inside size is 18"x18" by 18" high giving 100 quarts of plant space. The outside walls are 2 1/2" thick. It is rated to withstand temperatures from -30 degrees F. to +150 degrees F. as well as being UV stable, weatherproof, and salt spray resistant. It's size allows plants to spread out without getting root bound. The polyurethane material called Polystone looks to me like stucco (or a rough stone), but is both very solid to the touch and quite attractive. I just can't get over how easy it is to move. It sits very firmly on the ground and just looks like it should be much heavier. I have placed it on our deck where weight is an issue. This is one of the nicest, most versatile, attractive planters I have seen.

Pros Durable, Easy to Clean, Functionality, Good Shape, Great Quality, Strong, Stylish, Vibrant Color, very weather resistant, drain hole, insulates plant roots, lightweight
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Barry

palmetto, florida
65 or over, Male
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  • The Monterrey 23 in. X 23 in. White Square Planter works perfect for both inside my home and outs...
  • December 29, 2018
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The Monterrey 23 in. X 23 in. White Square Planter works perfect for both inside my home and outside in my yard. Also great for a business planter both in and outside. No plastic so there is no breakdown of the planter over time especially from the outdoor sun. The planter color does not fade over time and is quite durable. I fill it with small rocks at the bottom and potting soil with a few medium sized rocks to help anchor the plant.

Pros Durable, Great Quality, Strong, Stylish
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SteveB

Backus, Minnesota
55 to 64, Male
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